pre-bonsai junipers

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first work on pre-bonsai junipers:

green mound/procumbens nana
 

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pre bonsai junipers (cont)

juniperus chinensis parsonii
 

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pre bonsai junipers (cont)

more parsonii
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parsonii trunk closeup
 

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shari. green mound
 

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I assume those nicely shaped trees were all bonsai starters, rather than common nursery plants?
 

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merry christmas

yes jkl. this is material grown specifically for bonsai.

for barry. the source for these junipers, maples, pines and much more, is the Growing Grounds, in NC. nice material at competitive prices.
 

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